Things are heating up

Things are heating up

Alarms buzzing, the sound of feet tapping faster and faster until it ends with the roar of an engine. Sirens speed through cities and streets to reach a cloud of black smoke that envelops a home. There is one mission, put that fire out! When it comes to the blazing heat of untamed fires, our flesh has no chance against it that is why we need the help of fire protective equipment. Not only to project ourselves but those who are threatened by these flames.

Wild storm

When it comes to a fire, it gives you no sympathy. If it wants to envelop fields of crops or stories within a building, it will. That is why there is no room to play. As an active firefighter the things that they may experience on a daily basis, is beyond the imaginable. Fires resemble the pits of hell and they sure do feel like it as well, that is why keeping the people at work safe is paramount. Through the help of firefighting equipment and accessories, anyone that ventures within a dangerous situation, they are safe guarded by things that may threaten the people around and in the fire zone.

Heating up

As the cool dry wind of winter approaches, the risk of wild fires approaches with it. As South Africa lays on the Highfield, large grasslands lay open and vulnerable to fires. With the help of wind, fires can quickly spread to informal and formal settlements which leaves the residents at risk of losing everything they have. As fast as the wind may travel, the fire will grow and travel just as fast. This leaves a possibly massive area of danger. Putting out a fire of that size and strength, is one massive task. That is why keeping the people at work is paramount, because their safety is essential in ensuring the safety of other. With the help of fire protective equipment the people that risk their lives for others, are safe guarded by the danger by fires.

Get safe today

To ensure the safety of the people at work of putting out these dangerous forces of nature, get a hold of Invuyani Safety. Contact them at (021) 558 4971 or email at ivs@telkomsa.net.

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